This design was made by Maija Louekari to celebrate her famous floral print called Siirtolapuutarha's 10 year anniversary. In Finnish, this pattern's name "Eläköön Elämä" means "Long Live Life." Bring exceptional beauty to those little moments you love in life, such as having all your friends and family gather on the couch. Made from an upholstery-weight blend of cotton and linen, this throw pillow is durable to stand up to all the large gathering and lazy days; plus, it has a hidden zipper to be removed from an insert when it needs to be freshened up. Double sided, it's covered in the floral print in hues of white, yellow, blue, pink, green, and red. Simply flip it over to mix things up! The pop of color and print will bring a smile to your face even on a rainy day spent in.
Please note: This cushion cover is cut from a long repeat of fabric. Placement of flowers and colors may vary from one pillow to the next.
Optional insert is polyester-filled and hypoallergenic.
If ordering with insert, item is not able to be gift wrapped
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